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CAMERA WORK 
To recognise and understand the terminology used 
to describe different camera shots and their effect. 
START...
Media language 
Camera shot Editing 
Straight cut 
Dissolve 
Fade 
Position within a frame 
Costume 
Setting & props 
Trac...
CAMERA ANGLE, SHOT, 
MOVEMENT & COMPOSITION...
Task 
• Try and match the Camera Angles to the example of 
that shot: 
1) Eye-level 
2) High angle 
3) Low angle 
4) Bird'...
CAMERA ANGLE, SHOT, 
MOVEMENT & COMPOSITION...
Task 
• Use your mobile phone cameras to take photos of 
your partner (the subject) using the different shot 
types. 
• Wh...
Extreme wide 
shot (ES) 
Long shot (LS) 
Mid shot (MS) 
Close up (CU) Extreme Close 
up (ECU)
CAMERA ANGLE, SHOT, 
MOVEMENT & COMPOSITION...
What's the name for when the camera: 
1) keeps a regular distance from the action? 
2) moves horizontally from left to rig...
What's the name for when the camera: 
1) keeps a regular distance from the action? 
tracking 
2) moves horizontally from l...
Independent study task 
• To write up the terminology from today’s lesson 
onto your learning blogs – along with the photo...
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  1. 1. CAMERA WORK To recognise and understand the terminology used to describe different camera shots and their effect. STARTER When you had a video camera in your hand – what were some of the decisions you had to consider when shooting a scene?
  2. 2. Media language Camera shot Editing Straight cut Dissolve Fade Position within a frame Costume Setting & props Tracking High-angle ECU Parallel / contrapuntal Diagetic / Non-diagetic Bridges Sound Mise-en-scene
  3. 3. CAMERA ANGLE, SHOT, MOVEMENT & COMPOSITION...
  4. 4. Task • Try and match the Camera Angles to the example of that shot: 1) Eye-level 2) High angle 3) Low angle 4) Bird's eye 5) Slanted / Dutch tilt
  5. 5. CAMERA ANGLE, SHOT, MOVEMENT & COMPOSITION...
  6. 6. Task • Use your mobile phone cameras to take photos of your partner (the subject) using the different shot types. • Why would you select a particular shot type? • Upload your photos to your blog – labelling the shot type and what they would be chosen for.
  7. 7. Extreme wide shot (ES) Long shot (LS) Mid shot (MS) Close up (CU) Extreme Close up (ECU)
  8. 8. CAMERA ANGLE, SHOT, MOVEMENT & COMPOSITION...
  9. 9. What's the name for when the camera: 1) keeps a regular distance from the action? 2) moves horizontally from left to right or right to left? 3) goes in towards and out from the subject? 4) follows the subject? 5) moves vertically in relation to the subject? 6) moves left to right around an axis? 7) points up or down from a stationary location? zoom tracking arc hunting pedestal pan tilt
  10. 10. What's the name for when the camera: 1) keeps a regular distance from the action? tracking 2) moves horizontally from left to right or right to left? 3) goes in towards and out from the subject? 4) follows the subject? hunting 5) moves vertically in relation to the subject? 6) moves left to right around an axis? arc zoom pedestal 7) points up or down from a stationary location? pan tilt
  11. 11. Independent study task • To write up the terminology from today’s lesson onto your learning blogs – along with the photos of your partner (and an image of OAJW exterior).
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